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This event forms part of the Norfolk School Games.

Entry is via the cluster qualifying competitions with the winning boys' team and the winning girls' team progressing to the partnership event.


This event is for schools with more than 120 pupils in Reception to Year 6. Each cluster are invited to bring a squad of 18-20 with 9 or 10 boys and 9 or 10 girls from Years 5 & 6.

Each pupil can take part in a maximum of 2 track and 2 field events from the following:

Track events

* 1 + 1 relay (2 girls & 2 boys)

* 2 + 2 relay (2 girls & 2 boys)

* 6-lap parlauf (2 girls & 2 boys)

* Obstacle relay (4 girls & 4 boys)

* Over/Under relay (4 girls & 4 boys)

* 4 x 1-lap relay (4 girls & 4 boys)

Field events

* Chest Push (3 girls & 3 boys)

* Foam Javelin (3 girls & 3 boys)

* Speed Bounce (3 girls & 3 boys)

* Standing Long Jump (3 girls & 3 boys)

* Standing Triple Jump (3 girls & 3 boys)

* Vertical Jump (3 girls & 3 boys)

For more information about Sportshall Athletics and to download resources which will help you prepare for each event, please visit


12:30 pm     Arrival/Registration

12:45 pm     Welcome & Briefing

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm     Competition

3:15 pm     Results & Presentation

3:30 pm     Departure

Medals will be presented to the members of the winning boys' team and the winning girls' team and certificates to those finishing in 2nd and 3rd place.

The winning teams will then be invited to represent the South Norfolk SSP at the Norfolk School Games Sportshall Athletics Finals on Monday 26th February 2018 at the Sportspark, UEA.

Risk Assessment:

Click here to download a risk assessment for the event. By booking to take part in this event you agree that you have read and understand the contents of the event risk assessment.

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